MIB Guard: It's about time you guys got here. That pretty lady in there is causing all kinds of hell.
When Agents Jay and Kay are standing on the elevator overlooking MIB HQ when he brought Kay back, you can clearly see the leash (it's a small black string on Jay's finger) that Frank the dog is on in a couple of shots, then when they get off the string magically disappears. See more...
When J & K go to K's old house and there is a family sat on the sofa, centre of the three people is the movie's director Barry Sonnenfeld. The little girl on the couch of K's old house is Tommy Lee Jones's daughter, Victoria. The mom is played by associate producer Stephanie Kemp. Sonnefeld was horrified to see he had a bald patch and wanted it covered by CGI. (From the DVD Audio Comentary with Barry Sonnefeld.) See more...
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Men in Black II (2002) - 7 questions
The "questions" section is for any random questions that occurred to you while watching this film, or anything you didn't entirely understand, and which Google or the IMDb can't help with. Submit them as a question, and hopefully someone will answer (the bold comments in brackets) - check back regularly. If the answer is wrong, or missing information, please use the "clarify answer" option. Don't feel limited - want to know what music played in a certain scene? Whether this was the first film to use a certain effect? Here's the place to ask!
Question: I may have just missed it, but what happened to J's female partner, the lady who worked in the morgue, from the end of the first film?
Answer: There's one line where Zed tells J he can't keep neuralyzing partners. J replies with something like "Hey, L wanted to go back to the morgue." So he zapped her and she is back working as a coroner.
Question: Whatever happened to Johnny Knoxville's two characters, Scrad/Charlie? I don't recall him meeting his demise in any scenes; he simply disappears halfway through the fight at Jeeb's shop and never shows up again.
Answer: The worms tell J that some guy with 2 heads kidnapped Laura, so obviously it was Johnny Knoxville's character. He probably waited for further orders from Serleena after completing this task, but they never came.
Question: I understood the racial slur about the car coming with a black man, But Will Smith is a black man, so what would be the difference?
Answer: J probably requested a black "driver", but the point is a comment on DWB stops by police - Driving While Black, the fact that minorities are pulled over far more often statistically than white people.
Question: I never really got the line "it came with a black dude, but he kept getting pulled over". What was so funny?
Answer: It's referring to the innate racial prejudice some people have - an inflatable black guy driving a nice car got pulled over, whereas an inflatable white guy had no problems.